10. Mickey Mantle
Although Mickey Mantle only played two years at the position near the tail end of his career, his contributions throughout his career and in that short time lands him the number ten spot.
Everyone knows “The Mick” as that strong, extremely powerful, and crazy athletic hall of famer who jacked 536 homers, was on base 42% of the time and won three MVPs in his illustrious career.
However, Mantle did manage 40 combined home runs and a .388 OBP in his final two seasons, both at first base, with his body breaking down.